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not comparing myself to winston churchill but in regard to the lyndon johnson biography we are sort of in the same boat. i have been writing about lyndon johnson so long sometimes people ask me don't you get bored? the answer is the very opposite is true. i don't think of these books as being about lyndon johnson just like a power broker was not about robert moses. just to tell the life of a famous man from the moment i first thought about doing books i thought of biographies, i thought of biographies as a way of examining the great forces that shaped the times they lived in and particularly political power. why is political power so important? we live in a democracy. we have the power of the votes we cast that ballot boxes and the more we know about political power really works not as it is taught in textbooks and high school and college but to ignore naked reality of political power the better our votes should be and the better our countries should be and lyndon johnson is the right man to examine political power. he was such a genius in the use of it, to bend washington to his wi
. >> bruce johnson, 9news now. >> john allen mohommed and lee boyd went into d.c. that night, killed charlotte at georgia avenue, charlotte was a 72-year- old retired carpenter. >>> fourwomen were fondled between campus and some popular offcampus housing. >> i'm in northwest d.c. cam police say four women were fondled between this stretch. between birkshire apartments and american university. >> it's scary when you know something is happening. >> i don't want it happening to any of my friends. >> reporter: american university students are on alert after hearing about the recent assaults on women. >> we like to think on college campuses, it's liberal and we are safe because we are in this close community. it kind of, it puts things things into perspective. >> each incident was either in the early morning or late evening. in each case, campus police say the suspect grabbed the woman's backside and then ran away. in one case, the suspect also grabbed the woman's chest. while some say this will force them to be more cautious, others say they are unphased by it. >> it's something t
tonight on c-span2, we hear from libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson about the obstacles facing a third party candidate in the 2012 election. then live coverage from denver, colorado, for a campaign rally with republican presidential candidate mitt romney. later, president obama rallies with supporters in las vegas. >> tuesday british labour party leader ed miliband delivers remarks in manchester. we'll have live coverage from england here on c-span2 starting at 9:15 a.m. eastern. also tuesday on c-span2, a look at what happens to individual taxes if the bush era tax cuts expire. former congressional budget office director douglas holtz-eakin and other economists look at the issue. our live coverage from the urban institute here in washington, d.c. starts at noon eastern. >> every generation through our history has worked and sacrificed to leave a better country to their children and grandchildren and future generations. we, we were then spending their money, we are now even more, much more, spending their money, and we are leaving them a mess that will be a very difficul
. it feels really, really good. jim johnson finishes the greatest closer season in orioles history and gets his 50th save. started keeping track in saves since 1969 and is the 10th ever to get 50. help make j.j. hardy bobblehead day here one fans here never forget. >> it was a good day, and we could celebrate with the fans a little bit but, you know, we've got to move forward. >> we know we've got to take care of our business and can't worry about the other teams. if they lose, great, but we know we've got to win. >> they, however, were unable to clinch a postseason berth as of yet. the angels had a dramatic rally where the players and fans watched tv together. later in sports we'll talk about that but right now let's head outside camden yards where barry spent time with the fans. >> what a game, pete. plenty of fans here, orioles fans, very excited about the victory over the boston red sox. [no audio] >> we afollow guise. reobviously lost barry simms but first let's go to john collins because we said the rain was moving in. what's going on now? >> it's gone across the area here at tv hill.
today, baltimore is in tampa and orioles are heading to the playoffs. sherrie johnson is live with the story and sherrie, there is a lot of excitement in the air. >> reporter: yes, fans are very excited about the o's and rooting for them and they are in tampa today, tuesday and wednesday taking on the rays and you know it's going to be pretty tough games there but it was a little trekkie getting to tampa. team officials saw smoke in the kitchen area of the chartered plane. the pilot decided to land the plane in jacksonville. and thank goodness everyone was safe. now it's been 15 years since the on the's-- o's have been to the playoff and they have 23 more wins than last year and orioleswon all three against the red sox and the last home stand of the regular season camden yards was full of oranges over 41,000 fans turned out for a sunday game in late september. and a home game against the yankees is a possibility for thursday. everybody is rooting on the o's. reporting live in towson sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> 6:31 and you can't get through airport security with a pocketkn
half of the 20th century, sudden, inc. lyndon johnson's life, watching hip exercise power is a way to see what a president can really do. >> chris: robert carroll spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj but he says he's not a biographer, he's a student of power, how you get it and what you do with it. and, johnson, he says, was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take? >> i... ten years. >> chris: and now, we're, what 36 years into this. >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning, since 1976 he has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and he's not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when we he look at how johnson was first elected to the senate in 1948, by 87 votes, he ended up writing a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked at a stolen election from beginning to end. and say, this is where the stolen election is... >> chris: and the latest, "passage of power" tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >>
? and then, penny for his thoughts, details of an exclusive interview with jc penney's ceo, ron johnson. how long before his grand turn around plan shows results? and a bit of a turn around for the markets. are we -- we are down as we come on the air. sue herera, by 60 points? >> that's right, ty, a modest decline. yesterday when we started here, we were up triple digits, today, both the dow and the s & p lower, profit taking perhaps or something more. let's get the trading action here with bob pisani joins me from the floor. i would say it is a little profit taking. we still have a a lot of data points we still have the employment report out on friday and we'd big triple digit advance in the dow. >> very frustrating to say we are still moving on europe. happenness every day makes people crazy, look at the dow jones industrial average, waiting for spain to ask for a bailout request. it is that simple. 11:15, 11:30, the prime minister of spain came caught and said you listen, we are not going to make any requests imminently, we don't know what the word imminent means. don't know if it's going
political power works in america in the last half of the 20th century study lyndon johnson's life. it is a way to see what a president can really do. >> chris: robert carol spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj. he says he is a not a biographer. he is a student of power, how you get it and what you do with it and johnson he says was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take you? >> i thought about ten years. >> chris: and now we are, what, 36 years into this? >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning. since 1976, caro has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when caro looked at how johnson was first elec elected so the e in 1948 by 40 votes he wrote a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked and said this is what a stolen election it. >> chris: and the late evangelicals tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >> he takes legislation that wasn't going to pass c
in december, 1964 after president johnson found the civil rights act dr. king had a meeting when he returned from europe and told him we needed a voting rights act and president lyndon johnson told dr. king to get a vote passed i just signed the civil rights act. dr. martin luther king, jr. can back to atlanta and met with a group of us have is that we will write that act. my organization sncc was already involved in selma, the heart of the black belt. the only time a person could even attempt to register to vote was fired and first monday of each month. you have to vote a set of steps through a set of double doors and get a copy of the so-called, and very few people were able to pass that test. today's lead in february, 1963, 1965, there was a protest in marion alabama 30 miles from selma. marion alabama is the home town of margin of the king jr. and incident occurred. a young man by the name of jimmy jackson tried to protect his mother who was shot by a state trooper and a few days later he died in a hospital and because what happened to him we decided to march from selma to montgomery sun
advantages of integration as john f. kennedy and lyndon johnson to. eisenhower felt this was a difficult till -- pill to swallow and the best way to get them to do that was to stress that this was the law. this was the rule of law and he is president was going to take care of the law. it made it much easier, and easier pill for the south to swallow. [applause] >> jonathan is great to be with you today and with all the booklovers at this fabulous festival and with a very distinguished biographer, jean edward smith way think has contributed immeasurably to the eisenhower scholarship and i have to agree he was underestimated definitely and i'm so glad that you have written such a powerful book. i think it's fascinating in reading the book to see that more of the book is focused on the military career, even though as you've just spent almost most of your time talking about the incredible eight years of of the eisenhardt registration, the estate leaned over and whispered to me i have never heard the interstate highway system applauded before. pretty exciting. first-time. >> all those people who we
>> hello. i'm bruce johnson, everybody. thanks for joining us. a virginia man is in critical condition tonight after being hit by an alleged drunk driver in clara done. the 27-year-old was struck in a popular bar and restaurant area. that's where ken molestina is standing by live tonight. ken? >> reporter: that victim was taken to george washington university hospital where he still remains in critical condition tonight. i've been talking to folks out here. they say this crash illustrates just how dangerous this strip out here can be. this picture taken shows the damage to the front windshield of the car that slammed into the pedestrian. police say the driver of the car, 22-year-old tyler willis was drunk and speeding when he hit the 27-year-old man who was not on a crosswalk. willlies was arrested by -- willis was arrested by police on the scene. >> i've seen a lot of drunk people that kind of meander into the middle of the road and not really look both ways. >> it's always pretty congested and people, you know, just trying to get where they need to go and get a little aggr
and emergency plans. superintendent dance and baltimore county police chief james johnson are going to be scheduled to speak at today's event. this year's conference is expected to be the largest ever. >>> when it comes to school safety, one huge problem that educators and parents and students are trying to prevent is bullying. >> october is national bullying prevention month and today a statewide conference will be held at the university of maryland's college park campus. and sherrie johnson is live with more on the conference and, why is it so important? >> reporter: well, basically, parents and educatorwant to team up to keep the schools safe for students. now teams from across the state will head to college park to attend this conference. but actually it started yesterday. the majority of the folks will head to the conference today. now first lady of maryland katy o'malley will be there and the state superintendent and folks that will try to keep the schools safer. this is the third year for the event which coincide with magazinessal -- national bullying prevention month. those
? . >>> student at sykesville are in for a surprise today to get them up and moving. i'm sherrie johnson, live in carroll county with a fitness challenge, coming up. [ woman ] dear chex cereal, i've never written a fan letter before, but you've done what i thought was impossible: you made good-for-you, gluten-free cereals in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband rob found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors you're making it very hard to choose. so thanks. from your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex. [ male announcer ] love chex? connect with us on facebook. >>> tuesday is normally a day off for r the ravens but this morning they are heading to several area schools. sherrie johnson is atlinton in sykesville. this is about getting kids off the couch and getting them active. >> reporter: that's exactly right. it's so exciting because here at the school the students actually don't know about the program they are having this morning for them. it's a surprise. on
centee...gone or his 31ss home run of the year...5th in the past 4 games...birds up &pjohnson gets te grounder tt short...that's your ballgame... johnson earns is 50th save... only the 10th player to reach 50 ii baseball history... oriolee sweep thh red sox 6-3 birds have their highest ..he - attendance ince 2007...ttat's something buck showalter hopee will continue... much more from the orioles... &pincluding thh latest standing in both the al east and the wild card..ravens cornerrand thurday's hero cary williams talks to me, as ddes mattt birk..it's all coming up in our extended sunday nightt edition of spoots unlimited, right after this newscast. 3 a flighttcarrying the bbltimooe orioles had to make an emergency landing in jacksonville florida. our own morgan adsit spoke with officials.. ho say it was a small fire thht started in a microwave.. that caused the landing. the plane was en route to ampa bayywhere the orioles are scheduleddto play. &pno injuries have been reported. the plane has been &pcleared to take off again. for the 41 thousand fans who went to today's orioles'
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who may have contracted fungal meningitis from steroid injections. >>> our bruce johnson broke a story on twitter this morning. bruce tweeted and we quote, a big mayor gray campaign adviser tells me gray won't run again. regardless of where federal probe goes, he is supporting new candidate, end of quote. just a short time later, wu sa9 tweeted that, at mayor vince gray will not seek a second term, hash tag d.c. well that led andrea mccarren and other journalists question the mayor. this is what he had to say a few hours later. >> another term, mr. mayor? >> good evening, how are you? >> is this based on somebody's opinion that was quoted in a story? >> yes, apparently. >> i don't know where they get the opinion from. >> i don't know. >> are you going to run again? >> i'm not half way through my term and this is the discussion? why doesn't somebody come up with real news. >> two council members plan on running for mayor. you started late last time four years ago and you acknowledged that may have led to problems with the campaign and you started late, one would think if you ar
an invitation? libertarian presidential candidate, gary johnson of the he will join us here live. >>> plus an influential coal miners union says it won't endorse president obama's slamming the administration's war on coal. will this be a deciding factor in the election? >>> houses of millionaires collecting unemployment checks? does that make sense to you? even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: so here's look at the day's market headlines. spain's prime minister denying speculation that a spanish bailout request is imminent. stocks pared early session gains following the news and the dow closed down 32 points on the day. >>> a mixed picture for u.s. auto sales in september. chrysler posted a strong 12% year-over-year gain. general motors saw a tepid 1.5% advance and ford sales were basically flat. >>> shares of metropcs skyrocketed nearly 18%. deutsche telekom's t-mobile is reportedly in talks to merge with metropcs. >>> the big story all night and all day, the new york's attorney general hits jpmorgan with a civil lawsuit over mortgage-backed securities. it will be
much you can do. host: thanks for calling. this on twitter -- on facebook -- gary johnson will be on this program to take your calls in about an hour, 8:30 eastern time. the last call from texas reminds us of the interview with ross belprospero. -- with ross perot. richard spoke with him down in plano, texas. the headline, the u.s. is headed for disaster. the full interview with richard wolfe of "usa today" talking with perot, 9:00 p.m. eastern time. [video clip] >> do you think if we had had a administration from 1993 it through 2001, that things would be different today in terms of our fiscal picture? >> i would make every effort. i would have had to deal with the two parties. i would've gone directly to the american people for their full support. once you actually have that, you probably can get them to agree to anything, including a bad idea, which i would not have done. someone asked someone if he still stood for anything, and he said, "young man, i stand for reelection." host: that was an interview with ross perot. and here's the front page written by richard of to d
johnson. host: joining us now is gary johnson, former governor of mexico. he is the libertarian nominee. gary johnson, first question. look at the major party candidates. what is missing in the debate and what do you bring to the table? guest: how about the truth, for starters. the notion that obama and mitt romney are arguing over who will spend more on medicare. when we need to have a raging debate in this country on how we cut medicare spending, spending, i think we will find ourselves in the midst of a monetary collapse. that issue/ what is your prescription? pardon the expression. guest: i oversaw the reform of medicaid when i was governor of new mexico. we saved hundreds of millions of dollars. we set a better health-care networks for the poor. i believe if the government blocked -- done away with the strings and the manas, i could have overseen the delivery of health care to the poor. -- do away with the mandates. health care for those over 65. get the federal government out of health care completely. get is how we're going to out of this. giving it up to the states. 50 laborator
with james burke. widely agreed to be among the most effective ceos of the modern era. he ran johnson & johnson during the tylenol tampering crisis. his steady stewardship became a harvard business school case study. jim burke was a navy veteran. after his business career he chaired the partnership for a drug-free america and was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. the word from los angeles today, seth macfarlane will host this year's oscars, a master of all voices, says his goal is to channel the great hosts of the past, like bob hope and johnnie carson. >>> up next, an update on a little girl who >>> finally here tonight we asked our team in afghanistan this week to check in on some friends of ours. they don't have parents of their own, but they do have a close family all around them. in kabul, of all places. and when we first aired their story, you responded in a big way, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to these kids, and the woman who is making a difference in their lives. we first met the girls of the orphanage three years ago. oh, you want me to put on your glas
to the playoffs. send the pics to picks@wmar.com. goal is to end childhood obesity, this morning, sherrie johnson is live in sykesville with more and the program is to get kids up and get them moving. >> reporter: that's exactly right. we are here in sykesville, students are in for a surprise today. ravens will be here to help them with the kickoff for the nfl play 60 challenge. we got to get them off the couch and up and moving, the goal is to end childhood obesity. i have health and pe teachers joining me. angie, jennifer, and beth. thank you ladies for being here. first of all, tell me a little bit about what is going on today. >> we are so excited. today is our surprise kickoff assembly to promote our project bases. nfl play of 60 event. >> reporter: why is this important for students to be involved in? >> we are trying to curve the current trends in childhood obesity. there are health issues, diabetes and early heart disease, high blood pressure, also active children excel in school. we want that to happen as well. >> can you tell me, what do you want students to take away? >> to plan a prog
from harry truman to barack obama with the exception of lyndonm johnson who tried but fail today meet her. i remember being impressed whenr an official at the american embassy in london told me that during the memorial service att st. paul's cathedral after the 9/11 attacks, the queen sang every single word of the american national anthem. and i would betsi that therem. aren't any presidents who canh sing all the words to "god save the queen." since we are here today on the national mall, i thought i woul focus on the queen's fondness ml for this country and its people, pote little known and well known, and in so doingnown illuminate corners of her life that can help you understand her better. the queen to help understand her better. it was most often played out in state visits here when it was written. one was the first came to washington in 1951, she was a 25-year-old princess, only months away from becoming queen. harry truman was completely smitten, announcing that when everyone becomes acquainted with you, they immediately followed that with you. like those who followed him, trum
, the libertarian party candidate gary johnson on obstacles facing a third-party candidate. and mitt romney in the campaign rally in denver, colorado. later, president obama joins supporters at a campaign rally in las vegas. >> arnie duncan is at the national press club on tuesday to discuss the state of american education. he will address changes over the last four years and look ahead. see it live at 1:00 p.m. eastern on our companion network, c-span3. next, look at the presidential campaign and libertarian party candidate, gary johnson. the former governor of new mexico talks about his view of the tea party system and obstacles for third-party candidates. from "washington journal", this is 40 minutes. >> we are now with gary johnson, the former governor of new mexico. 1995 to 2003, the libertarian presidential nominee and gary johnson's first question, when you look at the major party candidate in this year's cycle, what is missing in the debate and dialogue and what you bring to the table? >> well, how about the truth, for starters, the notion that both obama and romney are arguing over
of american history until lyndon johnson got it passed, the johnson amendment, with only a voice vote. no discussion through the u.s. senate 58 years ago. it's never been taken to court in 58 years. there's 2,200 attorneys who are prepared to defend this probono. we're just trying to reclaim what we believe is our constitutional right based upon the first amendment. >> are you worried at all? i mean, if the law isn't being enforced by the irs? >> i'm not worried. the law being enforced by the irs. there's two issues on this. one is a legal issue. my attorney friends see it primarily from that light, and i understand that. as a pastor, i see it as a standpoint of the spiritual renewal in america. pastors have backed away from biblical application. if i people on biblical application to permanent life, nobody seems to have a problem with that. if i speak on an application of family life or church life, that's fine, but if i speak on what the scripture has to say about application to national life or community life, then all of a sudden congregants say all over america that, oh, pastor,
gary johnson will be joining us. we will begin with mark from illinois on the line for independence. caller: i just have to say that the whole republican and democratic thing is getting out of control. i am 62 years old. i go back from eisenhower on. i call them republicrats. they all go for the same corporations. is so undemocratic it is ridiculous. we have to get somebody new in the system. it is gridlock. the congress cannot get anything done. these people just go make deals and make money for themselves. we have to get some new blood into this system. host: thank you for the call. we will be covering the debates. we invite you to watch and engage the mentor of the debates. you can do this on our facebook page. -- engage in the debates. we have covered every debate since 1984. the first debates took place and 1960, 52 years ago. next is bill also on the line for independents. caller: no more important today than they have been in the past. the two main parties, it gets harder and harder to distinguish them from one another. it gives the person a chance to really put out and vote
straight birdies and propels them to a 5 and four victory. and then we have dustin johnson and all square on 17. johnson with a 35-footer. you have to love this atmosphere. down two with six to play. he made five straight birdies and drains it for the win. usa leads it 10-6 and heading into the singles matches. they need 14 and a half points. the abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> thank you, shu. >> and coming up, the presidential candidates gear up for their first big debate. what they are doing to prepare. and an abc7 news i team investigation. we'll be right back. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. i am alan wang. in tonight's headlines, federal arson investigators were called to vallejo after a fire destroyed davis' law offic
to dominate. four straight birdies and propels them to a 5 and four victory. and then we have dustin johnson and all square on 17. johnson with a 35-footer. you have to love this atmosphere. down two with six to play. he made five straight birdies and drains it for the win. usa leads it 10-6 and heading into the singles matches. they need 14 and a half points. the abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> thank you, shu. >> and coming up, the presidential candidates gear up for their first big debate. what they are doing to prepare. and an abc7 news i team investigation. @ i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it could save you tho
to do this. thank you, arnold. >> secretary richardson, do you think in johnson could be nominated as democratic candidate to president of the united states today? >> i do think so. the moderate wing, the moderate clinton-johnson -- i want to make one point, despite senator mccain's joke about governors. [laughter] i noticed arnold said something about body mass in his opening speech. the four governors here, and i do not mean to disparage what is happening in washington, we as governors, and i hope the schwarzenegger institute does not abandon states and local government and county commissions. we have to work together with the legislature. we have to balance the budget or we go to jail. maybe that is how some got there. so by partisanship -- bipartisanship athens. i worked with arnold when we were governors on clean energy. on climate change. we were ahead. immigration -- with charlie on health care. by the way, john and i came to the congress, said the same time. we worked on navajo issues and creating a federal boxing commission and native american issues with tom daschle. i th
their lives today. so yeah. >> keith johnson was looking out his kitchen window and saw the single engine plane crash near the mobile home park in fredericksburg. >> the engines were running, sounded like it was sputtering in and out. i saw it go up, cork screwed down and hit the ground. >> reporter: it's not the first time johnson has seen a plane go down here. >> one right over this hill, and one down there about ten years ago. >> reporter: the plane crashed a short distance from the airport. you can see where it hit a tree sheering off several branches. no homes or people were hit on the ground. >> coming in my wife started hollering, plane going down, plane going down. looked out the window, and i saw the tail end of it hit the ground. >> reporter: douglas johnson was one of a group of neighbors that ran to the wreckage. >> i ran as fast i could to get there. we did what we could do, called 911, it was too late. >> virginia state police and the ntsb are still investigating the cause of this fatal crash. in fredericksburg, virginia, darcie spencer, news 4. 6789 a motorcycle accident in
captioning made possible by johnson & johnson, where quality products for the american family have been a tradition for generations >> osgood: good morning. i'm charles osgood and this is sunday morning. here's a question for our high-tech times. now that we're all so beautifully connected through electronic wizardry, social media and all that, why is it that in the midst of all this there is a pervasive sense of separation even loneliness. there's a disconnect somehow. could it be that all these devices that bring us together in so many ways are actually isolating us in others? that is a question susan spencer will be exploring in our sunday morning cover story. >> reporter: everywhere you look everyone is looking down. we can't seem to take our eyes off our phones. not for an instant. >> i love my smart phone. reporter: you're not afraid that you too will fall into this trap of becoming obsessed? >> no. i'm not worried about being fixated. >> reporter: okay. hang on just a second, okay. what about you? could you live without your smart phone? later on sunday morning. yeah, i know
that led tohem of former county executive jack johnson. he admitted to partnering with bribe developers to public officials for favors to the greenbelt station development projects. police investigating the stabbing death of a man in last night near intersection of 30 oates street and naylor road. clear, the motive, but no one has been arrested. residents are urged to boil water after major. the alert waseaks after a 12-inch main connecting storage tank and the water plant broke. has now been fixed. the alert will remain in effect until virginia officials can test the samples of the water. process should be done by midday tomorrow. bouys hopes someone will man robbing a dry cleaner in northwest d.c. armed robbery happened last in the 1300 block of florida avenue. man entered the store around , displayed a gun, and took off with cash. if you have information, contact d.c. police. >> the washington redskins getting involved in the fight expand gambling in maryland. >> the owner is urging fans to for question 7 of the november ballot. that would allow table games and and wouldasinos casino
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of the supreme court. gary johnson take your calls and questions, and former assistant transportation secretary looks at the 2013 budget request for the federal transit authority and how that money is allocated. "washington journal," live 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. the british house of commons is in recess, so in place the prime minister's questions, deputy prime minister and liberal democrat nick clegg spoke at his party's annual conference. the liberal democrats formed a coalition for the conservatives after being -- after the may 2010 election when no party won an overall majority in the house of commons. a few days ago, he apologized for breaking his party's election pledge to vote against any rise in university tuition fees. in his speech, he addresses other criticisms from some liberal democrats and outlines his vision for the future up to and beyond the next election in 2015. this is about 40 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. >> this summer, as we cheered our athletes to gold after gold after gold, britain remembered how it feels to win again. but more importantly, we remembered what i
agreed to be among the most effective ceos of the modern era. he ran johnson & johnson during the tylenol tampering crisis. his steady stewardship became a harvard business school case study. jim burke was a navy veteran. after his business career he chaired the partnership for a drug-free america and was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. james burke was 87 years old. >>> one of the great choices in sports is gone, millions of us grew up listening to chris economaki. the best-known name in auto racing off the track. he wrote about the sport for 74 years, on tv for just about as long. you could hear his fascination with fast cars and those who drove them. chris economaki was 91. >>> the word from los angeles today, seth mcfarland will host this year's oscars. the family guy creator fresh from hosting "snl" a master of all voices says his role is to channel the great hosts of the past, like bob hope and johnny carson. >>> up next, an update on a little girl who wanted very much to switch glasses when we first met. it's our "making a difference" report tonight. report tonight. would
knees. jim johnson tries to now down the save. this goes to j.j. hardy. 6-3. jim johnson waited for the angels to lose to the rangers. but it did not happen. >> they would be doing the same thing we would be doing. we were hoping it would have happened right there. we will watch the game on the plane and help put that it's decided before we land. >> that is what happened. the angels lost to texas. the orioles play tampa tonight. the ravens are tied with cincinnati for the best record in the afc north. the redskins beat the bucs. tampa up. billy cundiff had missed three field goals but doesn't miss from 41 yards out. the redskins win. the eagles beat the giants. the orioles can still win the american league east. >> if the orioles and yankees tied. >> playoff game on thursday. lose the division, play the wild card on friday. for a finee looking bottle of wine, head to amazon.com. >> bad news for parents with kids that are not potty-train. a diaper shortage could be driving up prices. >> he pumped up his pumpkin to take home the top prize. >> we will check the seven-day forecast i
with a reds loss enough to secure it, but davey johnson giving all but two of his regular starters the night off. bryce harper and adam laroche get the start against the phillies this evening, a foggy one in south east washington. bottom of the 6th game tied 1- 1. adam laroche, sends it to deep right field. it has enough to clear the fence. we call that a home run. laroche's career high 33rd of the year, 100th r.b.i. the nats up 2-1. later in the 6th bases loaded for steve lombardozzi. he almost takes their heads off nats up 3-1. bottom of 8th now 3-2 nats. lombardozzi this time batting right-handed, fly ball to center field. john mayberry makes the catch. there's the tag. nats defeat the phillies 4-2. however, the reds also win. both teams tied heading into tomorrow's regular season finale. after the game davey johnson explained why laroche was on the field tonight. >> didn't have him in the original lineup, but i said he's going to probably want to play. i said when he comes in, if he wants to play, he can play. harper caught me of last night and wanted in there and they're in there, but i
, but that is all right. >> that laugh, that spirit, were winning combinations for mamie peanut johnson, one of only three women who played in the negro leagues and the only pitcher. at age 77, she still lives in the same house as where she took this picture at age 12. she has been playing baseball all her life. >> i started when i was about six years old. >> when she was 18 and the only girl playing a church teams -- on church teams, a scout spotted her. >> the next day, i was on the bus. and i was gone. >> the team played serious ball. agreed harlem globetrotter and basketball player first played baseball for the clowns. in 1950, mamie peanut johnson started pitching and a player laughed. quakes' he said i was as big as a peanut. >> the name peanut stock. between 1953-1955, she won 33 and lost eight games. she says she grew up playing baseball on this field that is named after her. she is upset that right now it seems to be more of a football and soccer field. >> you dedicate the field to me and then you make it a football field and a soccer field? >> he said the city promised that a baseball diam
that the stadium is in. >> reporter: this is bruce johnson outside nats park. we're asking the question what happened to all the economic development promised for the area? >> we need some more bars and restaurants and hotels, everything down here. >> reporter: the fans, owners, city officials, business community, just about everybody are still waiting for the economic renaissance, the kind that followed the verizon center's construction in the heart of china town. >> you know what happened. the stadium got built. the market crashed and nothing got developed. >> reporter: in today's money this is a $660 million ballpark, one of the best in the business. they broke ground here in march of 2006. two years later they had opening day here. what's missing still are businesses to fill all of those vacant lots over there, bars, restaurants, hotels, housing units. >> we're still very optimistic. it's a timing issue. >> reporter: local lawyer mark towie led the team that negotiated baseball's return to washington and then the construction of nationals park. >> the situation the economy has been in
homers for the fourth straight game. baltimore takes a 6-1 lead. tim johnson in for the save. he gets wade to ground out. this guy unbelievable. major league leading 50th stay for johnson. the yankees won today. the angels won today. the o's remain tied for first in the east and depending on what the angels did tonight if they go to the playoffs. >> it was fun. today really reminded me of '08 when the brewers made it and we stood out on the field and waited for a game to en it kind of brought back flashbacks. >> our goal now is to figure out a way to play more baseball games at camden. i would love to hopefully see you later. we'll see. >> we'll see. now, as i said, the orioles needed the rangers to beat the angels tonight in their second game of a double header to clinch a playoff spot and they got their wishes. rangers closer gets the final out. the baltimore orioles in the first time since 1997. two teams from the dmv. got to love it. still to come on game on overtime, more coverage from st. louis. dave owens goes one-on-one with nationals outfielders michael morris. plus nfl today
on as planned. the orioles now in tampa continuing omazing season and sherrie johnson is live in towson where the fans are reacting to what was so unexpected for the major league baseball season. >> reporter: yes, everyone is excited about the o's. you are right. a tricky trip yesterday butter in tampa and made it to the playoff and it's been 15 years what an excite-- what an exciting time. i am on york record in towson talking to people as they stop in for their donuts and morning coffee. a this morning, you know, it's a chance to run into joseph and he's been kind enough to talk to me. tell me, what do you think about the oa.'s in the playoffs -- did o's in the playoffs. >> they are fantastic and i want to see them go all the way. and it would be a first for the long time. in garrett county it's hard to find them on the channel but it was a nice trip down and stopped to get donuts and saw the camera running and thought i might see a pretty face and talk to you for a little bit. >> reporter: i appreciate you stopping and talking. did you make it to the game. >> i live up in garrett county so
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